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Anyone selling women's intermediate-advanced skis?

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Hi All,
  My girlfriend is looking to purchase a new pair of skis with integrated bindings.  She is currently an intermediate level skiier looking to advance.  She would like a ski probably somewhere around 154-158 lengthwise and 70-74 midfoot.  She really isn't all that picky brand-wise, but just wants a solid intermediate ski that she wont outgrow in a year, something that she can take with her to the beginning advanced levels.  Below are a few that she liked, but any suggestions would be helpful too.  She isn't looking to break the bank and doesn't really have the means to, so previous years models are preferable!

09 Head Cool One
08 K2 True Luv
09 K2 True Luv
08 Dynastar Exclusive
09 Dynastar Exclusive
08 Volkl Attiva Luna
09 Volkl Attiva Luna

I am sure that if there are other brands (Elan, Fischer, Atomic, etc) with skis in the similar skill category of intermediate-advanced she would consider them too. 

If anyone has some women's skis for sale, please shoot me a PM or reply.

Thanks very much!
Edited by giocatore4 - 2/28/10 at 10:18pm
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I bought my daughters, a 13 and 15 y.o, new skis this past year.  The youngest is riding Roxy Bliss skis, 152cm, I think they are 2007 model year.  Got her the Bliss boots also and she loves them.  I bought a pair of 154cm Dynastar Exclusive Legends for the oldest.  She's happy also.  I got the Dynastars on ebay for what I thought was a reasonable price.  The integrated bindings on both sets of skis were identical, just different colors/decorations between the two.  The Roxy Bliss is stiffer than the Dynastar and has a flat tail where as the Dynastar has a turned up tail, not a twin-tip though.  The Dynastar has a more slender nose, the Bliss has more of a shovel tip.  Being sisters they can't have the same skies or gear (heaven forbid!).  I was afraid the skis would be too much for the kids, but they handle them very well and having their own skis and boots has really improved their skiing.
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Thanks so much for the information! Very helpful.
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